WNBlog April 14
The only 'plan' that matters...
...is destroying all forms of authoritarianism and the mindless blind
pacifism, blind faith and blind obedience it depends on for its existence.
If a teacher is such a pathetic creature that it can't stand the idea of
being armed to protect the children in its charge then it doesn't need to be
around children much less indoctrinating them.
“We need to look toward some form of national pre-emption, perhaps pre-emption with respect to purchase and possession in the home, perhaps pre-emption with respect to certain firearms, perhaps pre-emption with respect to magazine size. But the point should be clear there are no more free lunches, i.e. the other side forces us to give up something by convincing our friends in Congress that a certain measure is reasonable and we should make the concession. Reasonable or no we should get something for it — other than the idea that they are only taking part of the loaf this time. Such a move will dampen the enthusiasm for future measures.”
- The Second Amendment along with the rest of the Bill of Rights is the
'pre-emption,' but the "Liberal"(commie) trash that should be hunted and
eradicated keep lying about it.
The co-masters of ceremony of the event were the above-mentioned Gustavo
Torres and Jaime Contreras, vice-president of SEIU’s New York-based Local
32BJ, the latter showcasing the union’s prominent role in immigration
political lobbying. Among a lengthy list of political figures addressing the
rally were Senator Robert Menendez (D.-N.J., a “Gang of Eight” member) and
Rep. Luis Gutierrez (D.-Ill.) described as “long-time champions of immigrant
rights.” Since those who have emigrated legally to our nation have no need
for a special “path to citizenship,” it can be presumed that Menendez and
Gutierrez are long-time champions of illegal immigrants’ rights.
The speakers addressing the rally formed a diverse (some might even say “motley”) group. They included Benjamin Jealous, president and CEO of the NAACP, Mary Kay Henry, president of SEIU, Bob King, president of United Auto Workers (UAW), Lily Eskelsen, vice president of the National Education Association (NEA), Arturo Rodriguez, president of United Farm Workers (UFW), Rea Carey, executive director of the National Gay and Lesbian Task Force (who spoke “on behalf of the progressive movement”), and Dolores Huerta, the “labor and civil rights activist,” who together with César Chávez co-founded the National Farmworkers Association (NFA), which later became the UFW. Huerta was lavishly described as a "beloved hero in the long struggle for respect for immigrant communities.”
- All the usual suspects. The commies want the illegals here so they can get
them to vote commie. It's time to
change voting laws.
What they do there, they will do here
Jerimiah Hartline, 19, of Tennessee, pleaded not guilty to assault with a deadly weapon — a semi truck — reckless driving, hit-and-run, vehicle theft and other charges. He is being held with bail set at $500,000. The crash injured seven people and blocked Interstate 15 for hours in Temecula.
In a jailhouse interview with California Highway Patrol officers, Hartline explained that he believed zombies were chasing him and clinging to the semi, which was hauling a trailer full of strawberries, Officer Nathan Baer, a CHP spokesman, said Wednesday. Hartline said he was swerving to try to shake the zombies off.
- So now zombies like strawberries? We are truly doomed. It's our extinction
Thirty-seven of Colorado’s 62 county sheriffs are in the process of filing a
lawsuit to block implementation and enforcement of the state’s new gun laws,
which are scheduled to go into effect on July 1. Weld County Sheriff John
Cooke is the de facto spokesman for the plaintiffs, who claim that the new
laws violate the Constitution’s Second and 14th Amendments.
However, the County Sheriffs of Colorado association will not be joining Cooke as a plaintiff, according to Executive Director Chris Olson: “The Board of Directors made a decision that this was not something that the association should join in.” This decision was made despite the fact that the association published a position paper during the national and local debates, in which it discouraged new legislation that "may limit Second Amendment rights." According to that paper,
We believe the Second Amendment is no less important [than] the other nine Amendments contained in the Bill of Rights.
- Will they form posses to hunt down, arrest, try for treason and execute
all the vermin that worked to pass the 'law?'
A chip off the old blockheads
See folks, “Liberal”(commie) trash will never change. We will have to eradicate them to fix this mess if it can be fixed. They killed 170 million in the 20th century, they’ll have no problem killing again for their communism. It’s time to prepare for what will be required.
Liberty or death didn’t mean the Founders were going to blow their brains
out if the British didn’t grant them Liberty. It meant they were going to
blow British brains out.
Stupid sheeple alert: Woman Puts Injured Cat in Her Car – Discovers It’s a Bobcat
Bobcats can range in size anywhere from 20 to 30 pounds and often have spots
or stripes covering their grey and brown coats, according to Adam Zorn, a
naturalist at Westmoreland Sanctuary in Mount Kisco, N.Y. They are shy and
secretive, with only rare reported incidents of direct human contact, he
But does a bobcat look sort of like an oversized house cat?
“That would be a really big house cat,” he said. “Most cats have long tails, and a bobcat does not. They have short, stubby tails. Also, their appearance is an indicator. They look like they are built to live in the wilderness.”
- Who want's to bet it's a Marxist mutt voter, the sheeple, not the bobcat.
All cats are built to live in the wilderness. If your kitty was big and
hungry enough it would eat you.
According to documents obtained from the IRS as a result of a lawsuit filed
by the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), the tax-collecting behemoth
believes that Americans have “generally no privacy” when it comes to the
information included in any electronic communication from e-mail to Facebook
chats and direct messages exchanged on Twitter.
These forms of communication are not protected by that expectation of privacy granted to other aspects of their personal lives; thus IRS agents need not petition a judge for the right to snoop into the content of these communications.
- But then we're not supposed to allow any government to steal money from
our paychecks before it even reaches our hands. They want workers who are
stupid and desperate enough to put up with anything, and for the most part,
they have them. The republicrats had control of the now red house and the
congress for eight years, why didn't they end the evil income tax then?
The IRS is its own law
In March, PoliceOne conducted the most comprehensive survey ever of American
law enforcement officers’ opinions on the topic gripping the nation's
attention in recent weeks: gun control.
More than 15,000 verified law enforcement professionals took part in the survey, which aimed to bring together the thoughts and opinions of the only professional group devoted to limiting and defeating gun violence as part of their sworn responsibility.
- Now if they will only stand with us and help eradicate our blood domestic
Just as Prohibition on alcohol failed miserably due to mass noncompliance
among the electorate, so will any new firearms law fail due to the refusal
of citizens to submit to government authority. Citizens will merely forsake
licensed gun dealers, registration, background checks, and limits on ammo by
turning to the black market.
The entire firearms industry and the 100 million citizens who patronize that industry will go underground.
- If we had the fighting force so many of us tried to establish years back
we'd be able to stand up in the open, go to the district of commie criminals
and do what will be required to restore Liberty here instead of quivering in
our hidey holes hoping 'they' don't come for us. How pathetic. There are no
men in this country.
Betrayal equals treason which should be met with the death penalty
Pacific Northwest gun owners are engaged in furious discussions at Northwest
Firearms and Seattle Guns, along with the national debates on Gun Rights
Media and The High Road (here and here) forums. But is all of this for
naught? Should these gun activists be burning up their emotions over a vote
just to open debate?
How many people have actually read the compromise bill unveiled by Senators Joe Manchin and Pat Toomey?
- Could the evil be voted down in the Senate? Yes it could be, or they could shove it through, then the republicrats in the House could show their true colors and 'compromise' with our blood domestic enemies, which of course always moves in their direction and away from human Liberty. See next link.
See more 'tactical maneuvering' here.
The bottom line is the 'compromisers' bill contains this:
(4) by inserting after subsection (s), as redesignated, the following:
"(t)(1) Beginning on the date that is 180 days after the date of enactment of this subsection and except as provided in paragraph (2), it shall be unlawful for any person other than a licensed dealer, licensed manufacturer, or licensed importer to complete the transfer of a firearm to any other person who is not licensed under this chapter, if such transfer occurs-
"(A) at a gun show or event, on the curtilage thereof; or
"(B) pursuant to an advertisement, posting, display or other listing on the Internet or in a publication by the transferor of his intent to transfer, or the transferee of his intent to acquire, the firearm.
....which is totally unacceptable, as is any new gun control and will not
The underlying bill that will be considered by the Senate is S. 649, the so-called "Safe Communities, Safe Schools Act of 2013." A number of amendments will be offered to S. 649, including a ban on commonly and lawfully-owned firearms and magazines and language to criminalize the private transfer of firearms and force gun owners to get government permission to transfer guns to friends after "advertising" that might be as little as a Facebook post or a listing in a gun club newsletter. This language--a misguided "compromise" proposal drafted by Senators Joe Manchin (D-W.V.), Pat Toomey (R-Pa.) and Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.)--would be proposed as an alternative to Sen. Schumer's background check provisions that are currently in the bill.
- Is the NRA finally doing its job? Maybe it's time for the 'gun groups' to get on the same page: demand repeal of all gun laws and restore the 'un-infringed' part of the Second Amendment. The trash that doesn't like that can leave this country or be tried for treason and executed.
CCRKBA says filibuster is
The real tragedy...
...is that we allow stupid willfully ignorant sheeple to
Well, specifically, one (1) Democrat — vehemently anti-gun New York Sen.
Charles Schumer — rejected it, according to the Washington Post. What’s his
problem? (Perhaps it is the same problem freshman anti-gun Democrat Sen.
Chris Murphy of Connecticut has with NASCAR's big Spring Cup race in Texas
this weekend, sponsored by the National Rifle Association. Even Seattle's
KING5 reported the flap Saturday morning during its 7 o'clock hour.)
If a citizen undergoes a background check in his/her state of residence and qualifies for a concealed pistol license, as more than 411,000 Washingtonians have, why should that citizen not be able to: a) carry his/her concealed handgun in any other state for personal protection, and b) be able to walk into any gun store in the country, plunk down hard cash, and buy a handgun, shotgun or rifle and take it home?
- How about this: We stand up like men and demand a repeal of all gun laws?
He argued that smaller clips would have saved lives in the December massacre
at Sandy Hook Elementary School.
“If there had only been ten bullets in each clip, [the shooter] would have had to change the clip an additional three to five times. One of those kids would be alive. Somebody would be alive,” he said.
“What is the inconvenience? What are we doing? What are we doing to impact on a gun owners’ right if he only has a clip with ten rounds in it instead of 30 rounds in it?” he asked.
- If it saves one life, enslaving the human race is worth it.
Get off your ass and train, learn to change mags quicklyZ(see vid farther
down page), and carry your
combat load as far as you can so we can eradicate enough "Liberal"(commie)
trash to restore Liberty here.
I feel really sorry...
...for any kids that crazy witch bears.
If there is a similar effort being conducted by any of the pro-gun groups,
it’s a well-kept secret. Readers of this column and its companion The War on
Guns blog know that “Five-Minute Activism” posts are issued on a regular
basis asking supporters to contact their representatives, and anyone
involved in gun rights advocacy is certainly familiar with email invitations
to send those representatives a “fax blast” -- for a fee. But in terms of
smart utilization of social media, that’s something gun owners are playing
catch-up with, and something some older ones ignore or avoid altogether.
“[A]dvocates who refuse to acknowledge [the utility of social media] are hurting themselves in two big ways,” Gun Rights Examiner wrote in February. “First, they’re cutting themselves off from information, that is, from vital intel. Second, they‘re allowing the opposition the use and mastery of cutting-edge weapons they refuse to even pick up, let alone practice and become skilled with. And they're hurting the all of us by being absent from a battlefield we cede at our mutual peril.
A gang of 16 Republicans joined a near-unanimous Democrat caucus to proceed
to the floor of the U.S. Senate to consider a gun control bill that will
criminalize most private sales of firearms between citizens, unless they are
subject to background checks.
Fourteen Republicans had pledged to filibuster the move. But only two Democrats opposed the gun control measure, and with the gang of 16 Republican turncoats joining the Democrat majority, the filibuster group failed to garner enough support to sustain the filibuster.
- See next vid for what should be the solution to this crisis.
...that there aren't men in this country who could do this to the
ones who sorely deserve it.
In a story that seems more like a satire piece that would appear in The
Onion, three university engineering students in India have invented
"‘anti-rape underwear’ … designed to shock rapists and alert a victim's
family of the sexual assault,” Cleveland’s 19 Action News reported Monday.
“The underwear, called Society Harnessing Equipment (SHE), deploys a 3,800kV charge to anyone touching the outside of the underwear while protecting the wearer with a polymer lining,” the report elaborates, adding “It can shock an attacker up to 82 times [and] the bra of this underwear set is equipped with GPS tracking device that can notify cops and family members in real-time in the event of an attack.”
Recently Rush Limbaugh opined that the United States is a dying country. For
many years that reality has been painfully obvious to those of us who
immigrated to the United States having experienced first-hand the suffering
inherent in the near total destruction of a nation which inevitably occurs
as the end-product of immorality, despotism and radical ideology.
This nation is repeating the disastrous evolutionary process that has plagued so many failed nations throughout mankind's history.
- So is Lamebaugh finally getting a clue or developing a conscience? Will
enough do what will be required?
Deputized campus police officers in Rhode Island are apparently prohibited
from carrying firearms on public campuses, in accordance with rules handed
down by the Rhode Island Board of Governors for Higher Education.
State police officers– who are allowed to be armed on campus– were still arriving roughly twenty minutes after the first call for help went out, reports add. Thankfully no shooter was found and no one was injured, but the situation “shouldn’t give any student at the university, or residents in the surrounding community, peace of mind,” PolicyMic writes.
- As a general rule, highly educated idiots run universities.
The Navy announced that it is set to deploy one of its “directed energy
initiatives” — in this case a solid-state laser on board a ship that can
fire at boat swarms or shoot drones from the sky.
“The solid-state laser program is central to our commitment to quickly deliver advanced capabilities to forward-deployed forces,” Chief of Naval Research Rear Adm. Matthew Klunder said in a statement. “This capability provides a tremendously affordable answer to the costly problem of defending against asymmetric threats, and that kind of innovative approach is crucial in a fiscally constrained environment.”
- And as soon as hand-held lasers are available we should be able to go down
to the hardware store and buy one without government permission in order to
monopoly on force in the hands of 'We the People' where it belongs.
After we take our governments back we need to park a few tanks outside the
U.N. building and give the rats 5 minutes to evacuate the building.
In our conversation with lawyer Jim Tresmond, we learned that this client,
who has never had a problem with the law — no criminal record and or violent
incidents on record — did have a temporary, short term health issue that
required medication. But how were his client’s private medical information
accessed by the government? This appears to be a violation of HIPAA and
Health Information Privacy policies at HHS.gov. If it is declared a
violation, this becomes a civil rights issue.
Some claim that a broad interpretation of this statement from HIPAA might allow the government to have instant access to the medical records and gun ownership records of anyone who is prescribed psychotropic drugs.
- The purpose of HIPAA is to keep people from finding out what the
government is doing to you via the health care system.
Plans such as those produced by the “Gang of 8” often include the promise of
border security, in order to mollify the concerns of those who fear that
open borders combined with amnesty and generous government benefits for
illegals would produce an uncontrollable wave of illegal immigration.
When the final “Gang of 8” plan is unveiled, it is unlikely to differ substantially from what President Obama said during his February 12 State of the Union address, in which he provided his definition of “real reform” — which included a promise of “strong border security.” The president quickly segued into using the favorite buzzwords employed by those who prefer a less transparent term to describe amnesty for illegal immigrants: “establishing a responsible pathway to earned citizenship.” Of course, “border security” has been promised in the past in connection with legalizing illegal immigrants who had already crossed the border. But though amnesty has been provided, the promise of border security remains elusive.
- Fences work both ways. The commies want the illegals here so they can get
them to vote commie. Put the border guards at the voting booth and
require a test and
proof of citizenship and literacy to vote.
But will they do what will be required?
That is the only question that matters. Hear what the newswhore said? "Are
we still in danger?" When "Liberal"(commie) season begins the newswhores
must die first.
As trust in the Federal Reserve System and its fiat dollar continues to
plummet worldwide, legislation making gold and silver into legal tender was
given final approval by Arizona lawmakers on Monday when the Republican-led
state House of Representatives voted overwhelmingly in favor of the bill.
With tremendous grassroots support, an earlier version of the
precious-metals measure sailed through the GOP-controlled Arizona Senate in
If the legislation is signed by Gov. Jan Brewer, a Republican, Arizona would become the second state to officially define gold and silver as legal tender. Utah adopted a similar law two years ago, garnering widespread praise among free market-oriented economists and sending shockwaves through the financial community. Since then, as the privately owned Federal Reserve and its wild policies have come under increasingly fierce criticism, the movement to restore sound money has been spreading across America like wildfire. Over a dozen states already have similar efforts underway.
- As usual I suggest other heavy metals: brass, lead, copper, steel... for
it will be far more useful and necessary.
Gun owners in and around Chicago last week started paying a new $25 tax on every firearm they purchase. In California, a statehouse panel on April 15 will hear testimony on a nickel-per-bullet tax measure, and in New Jersey, lawmakers want to slap an additional 5 percent sales tax on guns and ammo.
The effort to impose new taxes on guns and bullets faces serious opposition
from pro-gun groups, but it shows how far some states and localities are
willing to go in this new frontier on gun control — especially as Washington
struggles to find consensus even on the most scaled-back gun proposals being
debated in Congress.
A strange thing indeed
In a free country there's no such thing as a group whose motives cannot be
I think there are some lessons here; and not just because I’m proud of my
children. The first lesson is this: freedom can only be preserved when we
teach our children valor. This means explaining to them that there are times
in life for bold, decisive, even dangerous action. There are times when it
is appropriate to confront evil with force. If we raise generations who
believe that the most dangerous threat can be mitigated with hugs and
negotiations, then freedom will die along with all of those who try to
understand and dialog with tyrants and psychopaths.
Teaching valor involves telling stories of the past, talking about the news of the day, and providing our children with fitness and the sort of activities considered completely appropriate in centuries past; things like wrestling, boxing and marksmanship.
- The absolute last thing our domestic blood enemies want is for adults,
much less children, to posses the idea that they have the right, duty and
responsibility to fight back against and kill them as will be required to
restore Liberty here, much less the knowledge of how or the tools to
accomplish that necessary goal.
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) announced it is considering dropping current broadcast decency standards that ban explicit profanity and "non-sexual" nudity.
Specifically, if enacted, the new FCC policy would allow network television
and local radio stations to air the f-word, the s-word and to allow programs
to show frontal female nudity, even during hours when they know children
will be watching and listening.
...between cowardice and commitment.
“My wife and I were just completely torn up over the whole thing,” he said.
“My son — he didn’t understand the severity of the charge but he understood
the severity of what he did.”
And he was especially angry at local officials.
“It was infuriating what they wanted to do to that child,” he said. “This whole gun control thing is just nuts. For them to use a minor child — to prove a point and make an example — for certain groups — is just crazy.”
- Ultimately the only limit the insanity and evil of our domestic blood
enemies know will be what we force upon it.
The father of a Connecticut child is furious after discovering that his son’s school is teaching students that Americans don’t have a Second Amendment right to bear arms.
Boibeaux’s son is an eighth grader at Northeast Middle School. On Monday his social studies teacher gave students a worksheet titled, ‘The Second Amendment Today.’
- Do you know what kind of crap your children are being exposed to by the
government indoctrination system?
The list goes on and on...
The political climate in Connecticut in some of their districts may be such
that gun owners cannot assure a victory, but the important thing is, if the
races are close enough, that they, either by not participating or by voting
for principled third party candidates, can assure many GOP turncoats will go
down to the defeat they deserve in their next election.
But won’t that just ensure Democrats win, and won’t that be counterproductive for gun rights? Look at what just passed. How could it get any worse? It took years of settling for unprincipled GOP poltroons to get places like Connecticut into the sorry state they’re currently in, and now that gun owners there are reaping the results of widespread apathy and settling for the perceived "lesser of two evils," it’s merely a statement of fact to point out that continuing to reward people who betray you gives them absolutely no incentive to change and even less reason to respect you.
- What difference indeed. It's way past time to stop voting for republicrats.
Let the commies take us to the crucible this nation must face so when the
ship goes down we will find out who can swim, for it's going down anyway.
The only question is how fast and at what angle.
Nearly everyone in Washington knows that Sen. Dianne Feinstein’s fatally
flawed gun grab bill has little support in Congress. When Senate Majority
Leader Harry Reid said that he would not include Sen. Feinstein’s gun
control bill in his package to be voted on by the full Senate later this
spring, the air rushed out Sen. Feinstein’s lead balloon.
But after the American Civil Liberties Union recently voiced “serious concerns” about the latest version of the democrat’s gun control bill, essentially agreeing with the National Rifle Association and several Constitutional experts, it sent a strong signal that the knee jerk gun control legislation sponsored by many on the left, is doomed to fail.
- And they should face a tougher 'reality test' with 'unintended
...should have a pre-emption law. Does yours? Kentucky does.
According to the complaint, obtained by Campus Reform, the professor
compelled students in her graphic design class to create artwork opposing
firearms on campus and opposing pro-gun legislation currently pending before
the Texas state legislature.
The professor then used the artwork students created online to publicize an anti-gun petition entitled “MSU is anti-Concealed Carry on Campus” and on a now deleted Facebook page opposing firearms, says the complaint.
The reporter who wrote the story, David Welna, quotes a university professor
who claims that the notion that the Second Amendment was originally intended
to protect citizens against government tyranny is a "fringe idea."
The professor goes on to state that this fringe idea has become much more mainstream in the last 10 years.
- I once had a professor who told us not to be afraid to "read along the
fringe." Aw, the sweet days of blissful ignorance when I thought the worst
thing we faced was mutually assured destruction through global thermonuclear
Men without swords...
...are slaves. Imagine that. See, it can be done. For part two of this go
A student at Lone Star Community College told a reporter for the local Fox
News affiliate today that he wished he could carry a gun on campus as
protection from the kind of afternoon incident that left 14 people stabbed
by a suspect who is now in custody.
“We wish we could protect ourselves with guns and stuff,” the student said at about 1 minute, 5 seconds into the interview. “We wish that the law would let us carry guns because we’re legal adults and carry guns on campus to protect ourselves but so far all we have to rely on is God, but we’d love to have God and the law on our side.”
- A young man with a clue. Can't have that. His Marxist professors must be
failing in their efforts.
Although the former congress members will be listening to testimony from 40
researchers, activists and military/agency/political witnesses, they will
not be required to share their thoughts on what they hear. Their
investigation will end at listening to the testimony, and after comments
made this week by one of the former congressmen, it may be no surprise they
will not be asked their opinions at the completion of the event.
In an interview with the Salt Lake Tribune, former U.S. Representative for Utah, Merrill Cook says “don’t expect him to become a believer just because Paradigm is paying him and taking care of his travel expenses for him and his wife.”
- Hmmm. One wonders if they'll be paid for their opinions.
Here's the site for the hearing
and here's the Paradigm Research
Group Portal. If 'disclosure' as they call it ever happens it will be
the next gold rush or the next annihilation of a human civiliztion.
...for things to come if certain laws are passed and certain traitors with
badges try to enforce them. They will fully deserve what ever is done to
Slowly over the years, I became more and more fearful of being home alone on
the nights he worked, especially after I had children. We were living in
Maryland on a farm in the middle of nowhere. One night, I got a call from my
husband telling me to lock all doors and windows as he had just spoken with
a sheriff down the road who was looking for an escaped convict.
I was terrified.
We had that one gun, but I had no idea how to use it. That changed very quickly over the following weeks, as we went out for target practice. I learned how to shoot and for the first time in years, I slept well. I finally felt safe at night.
- Funny how stupid sheeple wake up after reality slaps them in the face.
Well, some of them do. As far as I'm concerned they deserve whatever evil
they allow to happen to them.
Salon magazine asked readers to imagine what equipment might have allowed
the monsters who perpetrated the Aurora, Colorado and Newtown, Connecticut
massacres to inflict even greater carnage than they managed with their
so-called "assault weapons" and "high capacity" magazines--and then author
Alexander Zaitchik went through a messy divorce from reality to answer his
Improving their killing efficiency would require one of two things: the ability to shoot more bullets faster, or more time. . . . More minutes to hunt, meanwhile, might be gained by employing a noise suppressor, those metallic tubes better known as silencers. By muffling the noise generated with every shot by sonic booms and gas release, a silencer would provide a new degree of intimacy for public mass murder, delaying by crucial seconds or minutes the moment when someone calls the police after overhearing strange bangs coming from Theater 4 or Classroom D.
From the mouth of the beast...
Whether you think the NWO is just an academic term for the way the world
works or a 'global conspiracy' the result is the same, global slavery under
global socialism/corporatism(fascism, communism?) masquerading as 'democracy' which in itself is
just another form of manipulation. More of the creature's speech is here if you want to
waste your time on it. I didn't. We need to focus on taking our country and
our governments back so we can figure out who to hang. Some of the
candidates are obvious.
An upcoming documentary promises to show an alleged, tiny "alien" being that was found a few years ago in Chile's Atacama Desert. And when we say tiny, we're talking six inches from head to ET toe.
The film, called "Sirius," will also depict how readily available forms of alternative energy technology are what extraterrestrials may be using to travel here from the cosmically improbable distances between their home world and ours.
- They are here. They have been here all along. Calling them 'angels' and 'demons' is an explanation for the simple minded or those who don't want to accept that the universe is bigger than us Earthlings and we're not the center of it. In fact we may be someone's food, or pet. And most importantly, their existence will not solve our problems, but only create more. Many of the same groups who vie for power in our world will try to use them, or the knowledge of them or the knowledge they may bring, for their own purposes. They probably already are.
And don't forget to read the comments. Apparently this
isn't a 'new' discovery.
Maya Angelou, in an interview with Time magazine ,stated that her mother,
whom she called “her protector” was a huge supporter of guns. She also
stated that her mother often carried a gun. When directly asked by the
interviewer “Did your mother support guns”, she replied “Yes, she had guns
all the time”. Maya Angelou stated “I like to have guns in the house. I
don’t like to carry them around all the time. But I do like to have them at
home in case someone tries to come in without the welcome mat.” In fact she
then tells us how she (Maya Angelou) once fired off two or so shots when
someone was attempting to enter her home uninvited. She claims that she
warned them that they should step back because she was going to shoot.
See, it can be done....
Events, alerts, actions and groups you should be involved with:
legislator email addresses
You fight as you train...
One of the best vids I've seen on this subject.
Candidates worth voting for:
Someone wants to fish far more than I do
Commie/NWO site of the week: open Democracy
Commie of the week: Ernesto "Che" Guevara
Patriot site of the week: The Gateway Pundit
Word(or phrase) for the times: nativism
Quote for the times:
"No glimmer of God's hand is seen anywhere. Sunset and sunrise are blasphemous, they are mockeries to man, only the black rain out of the bruised and swollen clouds all through the bitter black of night is fit atmosphere in such a land. The rain drives on, the stinking mud becomes evilly yellow, the shell-holes fill up with green-white water, the roads and tracks are covered in inches of slime, the black dying trees ooze and sweat and the shells never cease...annihilating, maiming, maddening, they plunge into the grave which is this land; one huge grave, and cast upon it the poor dead." - English artist Paul Nash on the landscape of the Western Front.
"Prudence, indeed, will dictate that governments long established should
not be changed for light and transient causes; and accordingly all
experience hath shown that mankind are more disposed to suffer, while
evils are sufferable, than to right themselves by abolishing the forms
to which they are accustomed. But when a long train of abuses and
usurpations, pursuing invariably the same object evinces a design to
reduce them under absolute despotism, it is their right, it is their
duty, to throw off such government, and to provide new guards for their
future security." -
The Unanimous Declaration of the Thirteen United States of America,
Adopted by Congress on July 4, 1776
(To the Founders, 'state' meant independent sovereign nation state,
that was voluntarily entering into the union and could theoretically un-volunteer later.)
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It's time to bring back the old
saying: "Better dead than red."
Only we need to apply it to Amerika's reds.